Let’s make pasta extra-special by adding mussels and our favourite high-fibre food, beans. Bonus: Enjoy this fancy but easy dinner in under 20 minutes.
A typical butter chicken recipe can have about 600 calories and more than 30 grams of fat per serving. But this dish makeover cuts it down to 248 calories and 7 grams of total fat.
The arugula pesto in this recipe adds a delicious peppery taste to the pizza.
Has your passion for vegetables faded lately? This lively, spicy garlic vegetable stir-fry will make the sparks fly again! Fresh, crisp broccoli, bright red pepper and tender baby corn are flash-fried with tantalizing Asian seasonings for a speedy side dish.
Elevate your go-to chicken soup recipe with your favourite warming Indian spices. Serve with whole wheat chapattis or naan bread.
Treat yourself to roast lamb! A small leg serves six, plus it’s extra lean and surprisingly low in fat. Leg of lamb deserves the crowning jewel of a fresh double mint sauce that can be prepared in minutes, yet tastes as if it took a lot of effort.
If you haven’t tried rapini and ricotta together, you’re missing out.
This roasted vegetable pasta bake features butternut squash, asparagus and leeks cooked in a garlicky olive oil and cheese sauce.
From the deep south comes this piquant feast with rice, chicken, shrimp and vegetables.
The perfect homemade recipe for pizza night.
You’ll love the chunks of sweet squash, roasted herbs, and greens in this country-style recipe.
Grandmothers often said garlic was good for what ails you, and we now know they were right. This tomato-garlic soup uses 10 cloves, but because garlic mellows as it cooks, it has a mild, slightly sweet flavour.
This delicious recipe takes less than a half-hour to make from start to finish. It makes a great lunch or weekday dinner, served with a salad and nice crusty baguette.
Mac ‘n cheese is quite possibly the most perfect dish on the planet. The original version uses full-fat cheese, cream and white pasta, so the whole thing is pretty much fat and carbs. My version uses creamy sweet potato to thicken the sauce (plus adds nutrients and flavour), non-fat evaporated milk so that the sauce doesn’t separate during baking, and brown-rice pasta.
Swapping out half of the beef in these burgers for the ‘meaty’ consistency and taste of mushrooms results in a hefty calorie savings.
Broccoli florets are a surefire way to load up on vitamin C, an antioxidant that may cut the risk of diabetes. And this vibrant green soup has spinach, too, which is brimming with vitamin K to improve bone health.
This recipe is easy: Throw everything into a pot, turn on a burner, and relax.
This protein-rich salad is perfect for a healthy lunch, or as a side with dinner.
Enjoy this healthy meat-free burger created by holistic nutritionist Joy McCarthy